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Because NCTE will hold its annual convention in Boson in 2013, NEATE will not present its annual conference next year, but NEATE will have a significant presence in Boston, and we urge you to attend the NCTE meeting, entitled "(Re)Inventing the Future of English," scheduled for November 21–26, 2013.
The 2012 NEATE conference was held at the Holiday Inn in Mansfield, MA, on November 2-3. The theme was an extension of 2011's focus on the new literacy standards to include other disciplines: Common Core/Common Cause: Literacy Learning in the Content Areas.
The box below the Forum includes handouts from some of the workshop sessions.
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Lesléa Newman's Session on Matthew Shepard
Mary Barszcz and Donna Thomsen's Session on College Writing
Roz Kubek's Session on The Literary Debate
Aimee Marsland's Session on Multidimensional Graphic Organizers
Abbey Dick's Session on Teaching Nonfiction